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Samantha Navarro N 407 Vulnerable Populations e-Poster: Literature Review 1. Your full population definition (the original target population plus the sub-population or demographic category you chose to refine the population): Women, Families With Low Socioeconomic Status 2. What questions are you exploring related to your population? What health care interventions can be made to improve health outcomes of this population? What health barriers do persons of low socioeconomic status experience? Is there an increased risk of depression or other risk factors with persons of low socioeconomic status? After hospitalization, what barriers do these individuals experience? 3. Preliminary literature review. List the sources of information that you have used so far. These can include peer-reviewed articles, credible websites and health statistics data sources. Provide a brief summary (just a few sentences) about how each source is contributing to your understanding of your focus population.
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